MCU: The Best Quotes From Its 10 Highest-Grossing Movies

Themes aren’t just something created so that English teachers can torture their students by asking them what a piece of literature means. They appear in just about every story to some extent, and Captain Marvel is obviously no exception.

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The film follows Carol Danvers as she (re)learns who she is and comes to understand the true nature of her power. When Yon-Rogg encourages him to fight at the end of the film without using all of her power, she pushes him away with a single blow and mutters that line. It sums up the theme and its badass fashion arc.

Spider-Man: Far From Home ($1,131,927,996)

“Spider-Man’s name is Peter Parker!” – Quentin Beck.

Ask a spectator to Spider-Man: Far From Home which quote from the movie comes to mind first, and it’s a near guarantee that this will be Mysterio’s last line in the movie, delivered posthumously via a recording sent to the daily bugle website.

Not only does this set up the whole plot of the next movie, but it’s also one last bit of evil Mysterio’s connivance. Even on his deathbed, he manages to outwit Spider-Man one last time. Spider-Man’s reaction of pure shock mirrors that of the audience.

Captain America: Civil War ($1,153,337,496)

“Revenge has consumed you. It’s Consuming Them. I’m done letting it consume me. – T’Challa.

At the heart of Captain America: Civil War is the friendship between Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes, and how Steve’s loyalty to his old friend leads to the Avengers breaking up. Tony isn’t blameless, however, as it’s his quest for revenge that pushes him and Steve to their breaking points.

T’Challa also wishes revenge for the death of his father in a bombing he believes Bucky caused. The moment he learns it was really Zemo, T’Challa has changed, realizing the true toll of revenge. Somehow the movie manages to do the character justice even though Civil war could have just introduced Black Panther to the MCU and done nothing more. Instead, they gave him a legit bow.

Iron Man 3 ($1,214,811,252)

“You can take away my house, all my stuff and toys. One thing you can’t take away: I’m Iron Man. – Tony Stark.

When it comes to the lines that end an MCU movie, none are more iconic than Tony Stark’s “I am Iron Man” reveal at the end of Iron Man. This largely comes down to iron man 3as Tony is stripped of his resources and has to ask himself: what am I without all my technology?

The answer: I’m still Iron Man. Fans may be divided on the film, especially with the tangerine twist (so much so that Shang Chi cleverly reconnected Mandarin into the MCU), but iron man 3 provides excellent character study and, if necessary, a fitting ending to Iron Man’s time in the MCU.

Black Panther ($1,347,597,973)

“I never gave in! And as you can see, I’m not dead! – T’Challa.

When it came out, Black Panther has deservedly become a cultural phenomenon and is one of the best films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially when it comes to its narrative and themes. The cast is overall stellar, but particular praise goes to Michael B. Jordan and the late Chadwick Boseman.

The conflict between T’Challa and Killmonger is gripping, which makes the moment of T’Challa’s triumphant return all the more exciting when it finally happens.

Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1,402,809,540)

“Every time someone tries to win a war before it starts, innocent people die. Every time.” –Steve Rogers.

2015 Avengers: Age of Ultron was in the unenviable position of having to follow up on the first avengers film, tell a story of its own and set up the two Civil war and Infinity War. Still, one of the positives of this setup is the conversation between Steve and Tony on the farm.

After what he went through to dismantle a mass surveillance plan in The Winter Soldier, it’s no wonder Steve was angry at Tony taking similar action with Ultron, which set them on the path they would go down. It’s a great dramatic moment that defines his character’s journey very well.

The Avengers ($1,518,815,515)

“It’s My Secret, Captain. I’m still angry. – Bruce Banner.

The MCU’s first mega-hit, there’s no shortage of avengers lines that are still iconic even a decade after the film’s release. Still, when it comes to lines that have stuck in people’s heads, this line from Banner is the definite winner.

Even though this was Mark Ruffalo’s first performance as a character, this line in The Avengers is probably going to be his most iconic line as a character and as an actor in general. It’s short, precise, perfectly realized and brings back the configuration of the beginning of the film.

Spider-Man: No Coming Home ($1,892,617,772)

“I like You.” – Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker.

the avengers movies were in an unbroken row from the highest-grossing MCU entries to the multiversal hijinks of Spider-Man: No Coming Home brought audiences into theaters in droves. The film took Steve Ditko’s most popular creations, Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, and gave audiences a whirlwind adventure.

The return of the two previous Spider-Men certainly struck nostalgia with audiences, but they were an integral part of MCU Peter’s journey, and the interactions between the three were heartwarming. Nothing sums it up better than this simple yet authentic line from Garfield’s version.

Avengers: Infinity War ($2,048,359,754)

“Bring me Thanos!” – Thor.

Play Alan Silvestri’s “Forge,” the music that sets up and accompanies Thor’s arrival in Wakanda, and by the end your heart will swell with excitement. It’s one of the most exciting times, to get out of your seat and rejoice, not only in Infinity War but in the MCU as a whole.

Yet it also shows how arrogant and determined Thor still is to exact revenge on Thanos for killing Heimdall. As T’Challa realized in Civil warthis thirst for revenge came at a cost: in Thor’s case, it meant he failed to prevent the eradication of half the universe.

Avengers: Endgame ($2,797,501,328)

Thanos: “I am inevitable.”/Tony Stark: “And I…Am…Iron Man.”

It’s only fitting that Tony Stark gets the most screen time in End of Game because everything is building in this epic moment between him and the other Thanos. As Thanos is arrogantly convinced of his victory – just like Thor was Infinity War – he utters his last line, knowing that he has won.

And then everything changes and the one who really holds the power is revealed: Tony Stark wields the Infinity Stones! But before he snaps, like the original Thanos, he delivers his own iconic line, bringing back over a decade of history. It’s an incredible moment.


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Themes aren’t just something created so English teachers can torture their students by asking them what a work of literature means. They turn up in pretty much every story, to some extent, and Captain Marvel is obviously no exception.
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The film follows Carol Danvers as she (re)learns who she is, and comes to understand the true nature of her power. When Yon-Rogg instigates her to fight at the end of the film without using her full power, she brushes him off with a simple blast and mutters this line. It encapsulates the theme and her arc in badass fashion.
Spider-Man: Far From Home ($1,131,927,996)
“Spider-Man’s Name Is Peter Parker!” – Quentin Beck.

Ask a viewer of Spider-Man: Far From Home which quote from the movie comes to their mind first, and it’s a near-guarantee that it’ll be Mysterio’s final line in the movie, delivered posthumously through a recording sent to the Daily Bugle website.

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Not only does this set up the entire plot of the next film, but it also is one final bit of diabolical conniving from Mysterio. Even on his deathbed, he manages to outplay Spider-Man one final time. Spider-Man’s reaction of pure shock mirrors the audience’s.
Captain America: Civil War ($1,153,337,496)
“Vengeance Has Consumed You. It’s Consuming Them. I’m Done Letting It Consume Me.” – T’Challa.

At the core of Captain America: Civil War is the friendship between Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes, and how Steve’s loyalty to his old friend leads to the breakup of the Avengers. Tony isn’t blameless, though, since it’s his pursuit of vengeance which pushes him and Steve to their breaking points.
T’Challa also wishes to enact revenge for the death of his father in a bombing he believes Bucky caused. By the time he learns it was really Zemo, T’Challa has changed, realizing the true toll of revenge. Somehow the movie manages to do the character justice even though Civil War could have just introduced Black Panther to the MCU and done nothing more. Instead, they gave him a legitimate arc.

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Iron Man 3 ($1,214,811,252)
“You Can Take Away My House, All My Tricks And Toys. One Thing You Can’t Take Away: I Am Iron Man.” – Tony Stark.

When it comes to lines that end an MCU movie, none is more iconic than Tony Stark’s “I am Iron Man” revelation at the end of Iron Man. That comes back in a big way in Iron Man 3, as Tony is stripped of his resources and has to ask himself: what am I without all my tech?
The answer: I’m still Iron Man. Fans may be divided on the movie, especially with the Mandarin twist (so much so that Shang-Chi cleverly retconned the Mandarin back into the MCU), but Iron Man 3 provides a great character study and, if it needed to be, a fitting end to Iron Man’s time in the MCU.
Black Panther ($1,347,597,973)
“I Never Yielded! And As You Can See, I Am Not Dead!” – T’Challa.

When it was released, Black Panther rightfully became a cultural phenomenon, and is one of the best films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially when it comes to its narrative and themes. The cast is stellar overall, but special praise goes to Michael B. Jordan and the late Chadwick Boseman.

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The conflict between T’Challa and Killmonger is riveting, which makes the moment of T’Challa’s triumphant return even more exciting when it finally happens.
Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1,402,809,540)
“Every Time Someone Tries To Win A War Before It Starts, Innocent People Die. Every Time.” – Steve Rogers.

2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron was in the unenviable position of having to follow up on the first Avengers movie, tell a story of its own, and set up both Civil War and Infinity War. Still, one of the bright spots of that set-up is the conversation between Steve and Tony on the farm.
After what he went through to take down a mass-surveillance plan in The Winter Soldier, it’s no wonder Steve is angry about Tony taking similar measures with Ultron, which is what put them on the path they’d go on. It’s a great dramatic moment that defines his character’s journey really well.

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The Avengers ($1,518,815,515)
“That’s My Secret, Captain. I’m Always Angry.” – Bruce Banner.

The MCU’s first mega-hit, there’s no short of Avengers lines which are still iconic even a decade after the film was first released. Still, when it comes to the lines that have stuck around in people’s heads, this line from Banner is the definitive winner.
Even though it was Mark Ruffalo’s debut performance as the character, this one line in The Avengers is probably going to be his most iconic line as the character and as an actor in general. It’s short, to the point, perfectly realized, and pays off the setup from earlier in the movie.
Spider-Man: No Way Home ($1,892,617,772)
“I love you guys.” – Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker.

The Avengers films were in an unbroken row the highest-grossing MCU entries until the multiversal hijinks of Spider-Man: No Way Home brought audiences out to the theaters in droves. The film took Steve Ditko’s most popular creations, Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, and gave audiences a whirlwind adventure.
Having the two previous Spider-Men return definitely hit the audience’s nostalgia, but they were integral to MCU Peter’s journey, and the interactions between the three were heartwarming. Nothing sums it up better than this simple but genuine line from Garfield’s version.

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Avengers: Infinity War ($2,048,359,754)
“Bring Me Thanos!” – Thor.

Play Alan Silvestri’s “Forge,” the music which sets up and accompanies Thor’s arrival in Wakanda, and by the end of it your heart will swell with excitement. It’s one of the most thrilling, get-out-of-your-seat-and-cheer moments not only in Infinity War but in the MCU as a whole.
Yet, it also shows how Thor is still arrogant and hellbent on revenge against Thanos for killing Heimdall. Like T’Challa realized in Civil War, that thirst for vengeance had a cost: in Thor’s case, it meant he failed to prevent the eradication of half the universe.
Avengers: Endgame ($2,797,501,328)
Thanos: “I Am Inevitable.”/Tony Stark: “And I… Am… Iron Man.”

It’s fitting that Tony Stark has the most screen time in Endgame because it all builds to this one epic moment between him and the alternate Thanos. As Thanos is arrogantly convinced of his victory – just as Thor was in Infinity War – he delivers his last line, knowing he’s won.
And then everything shifts and the one who really possesses the power is revealed: Tony Stark wields the Infinity Stones! But before he snaps, like the original Thanos, he delivers his own iconic line, one that pays off over a decade of history. It’s an incredible moment.

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